The Supervet

2018
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Season 3 Episode 11

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The third season of the popular veterinary series, The Supervet, returns to SBS as Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team treat the hardest to cure animals with cutting-edge treatments. Hetty the Labrador is unique. She is the first dog to have been trained both as a guide dog for the blind and a seizure alert dog. Not only does she help Toni, a mother-of-two who is blind, live an active life, but she also warns Toni if she is about to have an epileptic fit. However, Hetty has become lame on b...
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Season 3 Episode 10

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Fitzpatrick Referrals is used to dealing with emergencies, but when Natalie arrives in an Animal Ambulance with a young Cockapoo called Orla, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick fears the worst. Orla ran off in the park during a walk, and was hit by a lawn mower leaving her leg badly damaged. What makes it worse for Natalie is that Orla belongs to her cousin and the accident happened while Natalie was dog-sitting. Noel’s challenge is to save as much of the leg as possible to give Orla the chance of a n...
Episodes 2017
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Season 3 Episode 9

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Veterinary receptionist Ruth and her husband Chris have spent their lives rescuing stray animals. They live with a menagerie of chickens, ferrets, fish and a three-legged cat called Jersey. But Jersey has recently become lame on her single back leg. Professor Noel Fitzpatrick has to decide if they can take the risk of performing the first-ever hip replacement on a three-legged cat.
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Season 3 Episode 8

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People travel from far and wide seeking the help of orthopaedic surgeon Professor Noel Fitzpatrick at Fitzpatrick Referrals. This week sees arrival of Billy the Newfoundland who clocks up nearly 10,000 miles travelling back and forth from his home in Aberdeen for treatment. Vicky and Stephen have known from day one that something was wrong with Billy’s legs but when scans reveal significant damage in multiple joints, Vicky and Stephen are left with a difficult decision to make.
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Season 3 Episode 7

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Five-year-old Great Dane Star is rushed to Fitzpatrick Referrals after losing the use of her back legs. She’s clearly in a lot of pain and Professor Noel Fitzpatrick needs to sedate her to allow him to determine the cause of her sudden paralysis. A slipped disk in her spinal column proves treatable, but later complications leave Star fighting for her life. (S.3 Ep.3) (From the UK) (Documentary Series) PG(A) CC
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Season 3 Episode 6

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In this episode, 18-week-old cockapoo puppy Henry is rushed into Fitzpatrick Referrals with a fractured neck. A freak garden accident where he collided with a flower-pot has left him paralysed and fighting for his life. Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is forced to perform a risky, and truly inventive, procedure to re-align the fracture in an attempt to save his life.
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Season 3 Episode 5

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The staff are always full of festive cheer at Christmas. But for Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, it's busier than ever. Adam, a sleigh pulling Alaskan malamute needs both knees replacing with implants. But as he is recovering from his first operation, Adam's other knee begins to fail, and owners Colin and Andrea are forced to make a difficult decision: wait for the first knee to recover fully and risk losing everything if Adam's second knee fails, or go ahead and let Noel operate on Adam's second k...
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S3 Ep4

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This cutting-edge veterinary hospital takes life-saving care to a whole new level. With 200 new cases every month, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick helps Britain's most sick and injured pets. In this episode, Noel pushes the boundaries of his life-saving veterinary medicine when Katie brings in her pure white Aslatian puppy, Ice. Noel uses ground-breaking cell treatment - extracting and growing cartilage cells in the lab and then re-injecting them - to repair the damaged joint. (S.3 Ep.4) (From the U...
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Season 3 Episode 3

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This week Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team have to deal with two emergency cases. The first is Bruno, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier who works as a therapy dog, and is brought in by Belinda when he suffers complete paralysis in his back legs. What is thought to be a slipped disc turns out to be a rare tumour that Noel has never seen before. (S.3 Ep.5) (From the UK) (Documentary Series) PG(A) CC
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Season 3 Episode 2

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This week, the tables are turned for Fitzpatrick Nurse Steph when her cat Icicle is rushed into Fitzpatrick’s after being poisoned. With Icicle’s blood registering life-threatening toxicity, Senior Neurologist Dr. Colin Driver comes up with an unconventional solution that he has only read about in textbooks to reverse the effects of the poison. The team can only hope and pray it works to save Icicle’s life.
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